Here he is encouraging people to switch to KDE and here he's calling some people "fucking idiots". What stroke me in the latter post and what I would like to single out is the often-neglected logical fallacy with "majority" arguments:
In other words: your "majority" argument is total and utter BULLSHIT. It can be true for any particular feature, but it's simply not true in general.
To put it in mathematical terms: "The Intersection of all Majorities is the empty set", or its corollary: "The Union of even the smallest minorities is the universal set".
It's a total logical fallacy to think that the intersection of two majorities would still be a majority. It is pretty damn rare, in fact, because these things are absolutely not correlated.
Read the provided links for the complete context.
Personally, I don't use neither GNOME or KDE. Everything that I'm doing, I'm doing in fvwm2. Configuration is trivial to copy across different machines, and it starts up blazingly fast, compared to other "desktop systems". What's more, it isn't a constant resource hog with a bunch of background-running processes as GNOE and KDE are.
Tags: KDE GNOME